|14th of May 2012 (Mon)||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2012
Harlequin (?) Ladybird and golden specks
A few environmental shots. I know I have a horrible hot spot. Something I hope to rectify within the coming weeks with a couple of new purchases.
Quite a heavy crop hence the softness although the full res image is much sharper. The downsize to 1024px seems to have harmed the image quite a lot. Odd.
..and something a little different. Just into golden hour and I spotted the midges doing their normal twirling about. The golden light of the sun illuminating them. I tried many times to get a sharp shot of them but it was proving very very difficult. I settled for this one but despite it's OOF appearance, I quite like it. Not so much macro but I did use the macro lens.
|15th of May 2012 (Tue)||#6|
Macro Photo-Lord of the Year 2006
Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: Worthing UK
Re: Harlequin (?) Ladybird and golden specks
Good ones Ian - definately a harlequin.
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